Education about environmental issues – careers in biology

Rosemary Hunter has a job at CAFRE, working as a countryside management lecturer. In this interview, she talks to us about her job and her career in plant science so far.

”I think volunteering and doing the gap year helped me, because I was making myself different from all the rest of the graduates.”

Rosemary Hunter talks about her job educating students about environmental issues. A video from iCould.

Rosemary Hunter has a job at CAFRE, working as a countryside management lecturer. She values the volunteering and gap year she did – “you basically graduate, you’ve got a qualification but you haven’t got the experience, and I think volunteering and doing the gap year helped me, cos I was making myself different from all the rest of the graduates”.

Job Summary

Study after school / college: Geography degree at Queens University, Belfast; Masters in Environmental Management at Stirling, Scotland.

Gap year: Conservation volunteering experience in Malaysia, Australia and New Zealand

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